LFAT Cut off 2020 - Allahabad University will release the cutoff of LFAT 2020 during the counselling and seat allotment process. The LFAT 2020 cutoff would be released for all the counselling rounds, category-wise, and would indicate the last rank for which admission is extended. Any candidate who fails to meet the LFAT cut off 2020 score (or rank) will not be considered for admission. Consequently, the LFAT applicant must ensure that they score above the cutoff score to stand a chance of admission. This article includes the previous year’s LFAT cutoff that would give aspirants an idea as to how many marks they need to score in the category to get admission; that being said please note that cutoff depends on various parameters like number of applicants and sanctioned seats, and so is indicative only. Go through the rest of the article to learn full details of LFAT 2020 cut off.
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Pen-and-paper based LFAT 2020 entrance exam will be conducted tentatively in the 4th week of May 2020 for admission to the BA LLB program offered by the university; the current seat intake is 120. The application form of LFAT 2020 will open around the 2nd week of April 2020.
The number of candidates appearing in LFAT 2020 entrance exam
Performance of applicants in the entrance exam
Total sanctioned seats in the course applied for admission
The category of the candidate
If any of the above parameters change, the cut off of LFAT 2020 would also automatically change. Considering the LFAT 2020 cut off would be available only after declaration of result and at the time of counselling, the candidate may consult previous years’ cutoff data to get an idea as to what would be a safe score to get admission to that dream college or course.
Physically handicapped candidates
Recommended by Medical Board
163.4 and above
All candidates who appeared for admission test 2019
All candidates who have submitted the certificates
Physically Handicapped (PH)
All candidates who have been duly examined and recommended by the Medical Board
The LFAT cut off 2020 is generally the last score (or rank) for which admission is offered. So any candidate who misses the cutoff is unlikely to get admission.
Admission authorities will release separate LFAT cutoff for the various categories. One needs to meet the cutoff in one’s category, or else one will not be considered for admission.
Yes, if the number of seats increases, the cut off should ideally come down. But note other factors like number of applicants and their performance in LFAT 2020 also need to be taken into account.
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The eligibility criteria of LAT 2020 for admission to BA LLB program is prescribed by Allahabad University; check below for details. Only such candidates who meet the LFAT 2020 eligibility criteria will be considered for admission.
The candidate must have passed 10+2 or an equivalent qualifying exam
If the candidate belongs to general category, minimum aggregate marks required in the qualifying exam is 45%. The minimum marks for OBC is 42% and that for SC/ST category is 40%
There is no age limit for appearing in the LFAT 2020 exam.
The key to cracking the exam is regular revision and solving past year exams
Aligarh Muslim University's Faculty of law is a traditional one; that is to say that although the university and its law faculty is highly reputed nationally, the law department does not provide with some advanced learning methods that modern day law schools like National Law Universities do.
AMU is certainly good for law, but how good it will be for you depends upon what your career goals are.
If you want to get into judiciary, litigation, civil services or academics, AMU is a good bet. However, if you want to work in the corporate sector, you may want to choose one of those fancy colleges in the big cities which will provide you more corporate-centric education.
As per my personal experiences I can tell you, that studying law at AMU might turn out to be very monotonous, while choosing a NLU or a well reputed private institute (Symbi Pune, Amity Delhi, JGLS, etc.) will provide you with a lot of opportunities in the wide world that is law.
Law Campus: The Law Department functioned in Muir College from 1872 onwards till the new building for Law Faculty of immense architectural beauty was constructed around 1910, adjacent to Senate House on the northern side by the donations provided by the Oudh Bar Association. However this building (now being used by Department of English Studies) did not possess suitable and sufficient accommodation for the fast expanding Law Library and for holding of tutorials in LL.B. Classes which was made compulsory by the Bar Council of India. The Law Department was shifted to the new building which was constructed by UGC grants in the Chatham Lines campus of which Hon'ble Mr. A.K. Sen, the then Law Minister of India, had laid the foundation stone in 1965. The transfer of Law Department to the new building was completed in early 1980s. Till 1955 when principle of rotation for the Dean among Professors was introduced, the Head of Law Department was also the Dean of the Law Faculty.
Law Department and High Court/Bar Association: There had been intimate relationship between the High Court and the Law Department when part-time Professor and part-time Reader were allowed to be appointed from High Court Bar. Shri A. P. Dube, Bar -at-Law, an eminent advocate was the last part-time Professor - Head when in 1949 Professor K. K. Bhattacharya became the first full-time Professor - Head of the Law Department. The Law Department continues to have four posts of part-time Lecturers. It is notable that Sir Tej Bahadur Sapru, Pundit Moti Lal Nehru, Sir Sunder Lal, Dr. Kailash Nath Katju had been part-time teachers in the Law Department. Before they became Judges, Justice Iqbal Ahmed, Justice Wali Ullah Justice P. N. Sapru, Justice M. H. Beg , Justice M. N. Shukla had been part-time teachers of Law Department. Two Judges of High Court have consistently been members each of Board of Studies and Faculty Board of Law. Both the colleges have there own merits . Ultimately its your choice
Since 'Allahabad University' offers only 120 seats in LFAT 2019.
And a candidate needs at least 30% marks(out of 300) in lfat2019 to qualify.
Since the cutoff 2019 was:
So as your score is 172,so it's not easy to get a seat in the main campus.
If not,then you can try for any other institute.
All th Best!
If any queries,feel free to ask
Shikhar Singh Chauhan
the details of counselling of lfat has been posted on career360 website . here is the link for the same. https://law.careers360.com/articles/lfat-counselling. if your query is not solved, feel free to communicate further.
hope this would help you.
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